Girl Scouts settle complaints over reluctance to admit girl.

  • Published 1999 in AIDS policy & law

Abstract

The Girl Scouts have settled a claim of discrimination made against New York's Adirondack Girl Scout Council and the national Girl Scouts organization for refusing admittance of a third-grader into the Brownies because of her HIV infection. The settlement occurred without adjudication on the key point of whether volunteer-based organizations such as the… (More)

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